DACT is a compression tool designed to compress a file dynamically, choosing the algorithm that works best per block of input data to produce an overall smaller output file.
Release Notes: The CRC algorithm was changed from ELF CRC32 to Adler32 (hooks were left in for backwards compatibility). Many things (including the header) were changed to support files larger than 2GB. There is now a `libdact' but no useful symbols are exported yet (an API is still being developed). The shared object check was fixed to work properly on Cygwin. Win32 support through MingW32 is now a lot more mature and actually works.
Release Notes: The LZO algorithms were moved into the stable release version. Compilation of shared objects was fixed on some platforms.
Release Notes: This release includes several bug fixes. DACT is now modular by default.
Release Notes: This release adds a password-based substitution ciphering algorithm.
Release Notes: This version fixes a bug in endian integer reading.